The Old Convent

Mount Anglesby, Clogheen, County Tipperary, Province of Munster, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Clogheen

Picnic at the lake- I mean Lough Lene

A travel blog entry by dannjess


... the old Irish name for the town of Collinstown, when translated means "the town of the veiled women, or "the town of the old hags". This was an irreverent name which referred to the nuns of the convent on the island.
The two other islands are Castle Island, and Turgesius Island.

Foxhunts, Strange Graves & Old Castles

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart


... committed to a return visit one day. It is the most beautiful country, inhabited by the friendliest, most generous people and it's certainly hard to say goodbye, but, Liverpool and London calls, and besides, we've paid in advance for the rest of our trip, so it's out of our comfort zone again and off we go tomorrow.


County Waterford

A travel blog entry by tomodea


... being diverted; if people wanted to go into the town they had to Park and Ride. After some false turns and with help from the local police we managed to get past Waterford and on the road to our B&B where we arrived a bit before 16:00. The Tall Ships event was the reason it was difficult to find somewhere to stay.

The B&B is in a Gaelic speaking area, as a sign as ...


A travel blog entry by anjabakker


... the easiest day walking from Watergrasshill to Kilworth over Fermoy, and makes sure I'm fed again. And as if that weren't enough she cooks me another breakfast in the morning and packs me another lunch before walking me out of Kilworth.

The kindness is just overwhelming.

When I open my lunch-box when I sit down for my lunch in Fermoy looking out over the weir I find a note: 'One out of ten, 20!!! ...

Another great site to visit on Day 5!

A travel blog entry by liamleprechaun


... said a word, as he thought it was part of the ceremony!!! Our tour guide Jeff McElwee diverted us from the regular tour and showed us many things you wouldn't normally hear about during the tour. There was a giant Celtic Cross that was struck by lightning in 1962. The parts of the cross are still laying where they fell, behind the cross, but seldom does anyone ...

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